5 Ways Seeing Future Generations Will Restore Your Swagger

This is what we call party show

All photos by our basic photographer Sun Jung (@sunofajung)

Future Generations is the five-piece Brooklyn act that can resuscitate the swagger you had back in your teen/college years. Remember the carefree groove that would come naturally when you listened to a quirky pop song? Yup, that one. The quintet recently dropped their sophomore LP Landscape and has embarked on a long extensive North American tour. Like any semi-responsible press in LA, we saw them at The Echo (that venue with North Pole-level AC) and came up with five ways they restored the swagger we lost over the years:

1) Landscape is just rad record to dance & get drunk

This record is officially on-repeat during wine hours:

2) They remind you that life can be fun:

3) And also the importance of teamwork:

4) Even though this guy was playing video games the entire time


5) Infectious energy

The face you make when someone asks you what exactly gluten is

Still playing computer games in the backgroud

The quintet is touring nonstop this month, so if they’re hitting your city go see them:

10/9 – Holocene (Portland, OR, USA)

10/10 – Barboza (Settle, WA, USA)

10/12 – Kilby Court (Salt Lake City, UT, USA)

10/14 – Lost Lake Lounge (Denver, CO, USA)

10/16 – 7th Street Entry (Minneapolis, MN, USA)

10/17 – Ruby (Madison, WI, USA)

10/18 – Beat Kitchen (Chicago, IL, USA)

10/19 – Zanzabar (Louisville, KY, USA)

10/20 – Beachland Ballroom & Tavern (Cleveland, OH, USA)

10/21 – The Baby G (Toronto, Canada)

10/23 – Bar Le Ritz (Montreal, Canada)

10/24 – Middle East – Upstairs (Cambridge, MA, USA)

10/26 – Baby’s All Right (Brooklyn, NY, USA)